Flower Ripples Slouch Hat Crochet Pattern

Slouch hats aren’t an item that I make often, but I happened to have these four colors of Red Heart Soft sitting next to each other in my stash and it made me think of a peacock feather. However, instead of trying to create the feather shape, I decided to incorporate the colors into an African flower motif for the center of the crown. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out! { Add it to your Ravelry Queue or … Continue reading

Celtic Dream Newsboy Hat Crochet Pattern

The Celtic Weave stitch has become one of my all time favorites because it creates such a beautiful and unique texture. If you’re new to this stitch you can check out my video tutorial HERE. { Add it to your Ravelry Queue or Favorites } Skill Level: Intermediate Sizes: Newborn, 0-3 Months, 3-6 Months, 6-12 Months, Toddler, Child, Teen/Small Adult, Medium Adult & Large Adult Supplies:   Worsted weight yarn such as Red Heart With Love Size 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet … Continue reading

Celtic Dream Earflap Hat Crochet Pattern

If you are a regular follower you may have seen me mention that I was planning to update my Celtic Dream Hat pattern and here is the much-anticipated earflap version! The Celtic Weave stitch has become one of my all time favorites because it creates such a beautiful and unique texture. If you’re new to this stitch you can check out my video tutorial HERE. ~ Add It To Your Ravelry Queue or Favorites ~ Skill Level: Advanced Sizes: Newborn, … Continue reading

Free Crochet Pattern: Uptown Cable Beanie

  In honor of being featured in the 2015 NatCroMo Blog Tour by Crochetville, I have designed this brand new free cabled beanie pattern. ~ Add It To Your Ravelry Queue or Favorites ~ Skill Level: Intermediate Sizes: Toddler, Child, Teen/Small Adult, Medium Adult, Large Adult Supplies: Worsted weight yarn such as Bernat Super Value Size 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook Yarn needle for weaving in ends   Please note: All of my patterns that were published prior to February … Continue reading

Star Stitch Headwrap Crochet Pattern

Star Stitch Headwrap Crochet Pattern #charmedbyewe

Be warm and stylish with this fashionable faux button Star Stitch headwrap. ~ Add It To Your Ravelry Queue or Favorites ~ Skill Level: Easy Sizes: Toddler, Child, Teen/Small Adult & Medium/Large Adult Supplies: Worsted weight yarn such as Red Heart Boutique Treasure Size 5.5 mm crochet hook 1” Button (optional) Yarn needle for weaving in ends Please note: All of my patterns that were published prior to February 8th, 2016 are now the copyright of Prime Publishing LLC, and … Continue reading

Zigzag Sun Hat Crochet Pattern

The Zigzag Sun Hat is a great pattern to play with color! Make it in any color combination for a fun and functional summer hat. ~ Add It To Your Ravelry Queue or Favorites ~ Skill level: Easy Sizes: NB – 3 Months, 3-6 Months, 6-12 Months, Toddler, Child, Teen / Small Adult, Medium Adult, Large Adult Materials: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream or Bernat Handicrafter worsted weight cotton Size 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook Yarn needle for weaving in ends … Continue reading

Celtic Dream Head Wrap Crochet Pattern

The Celtic Weave stitch has become one of my all-time favorites because it creates such a beautiful and unique texture. If you have never worked this stitch before you can check out my video tutorials HERE (rounds) and HERE (rows). ~ Add It To Your Ravelry Queue or Favorites ~ Skill Level: Advanced Sizes: Toddler, Child, Teen/Small Adult, Medium Adult, Large Adult Materials: Worsted weight yarn such as Red Heart With Love Size 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook and 5.5 … Continue reading

Crown Hat Crochet Pattern

This cute crown hat is perfectly royal for every little prince or princess — and it will keep their heads warm too! ~ Add It To Your Ravelry Queue or Favorites ~ Skill level: Easy Sizes: Newborn, 0-3 Months, 3-6 Months, 6-12 Months, Toddler, Child, Teen, Adult & Large Adult Materials: Worsted weight yarn such as Red Heart Super Saver Size 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook Yarn needle for weaving in ends   Please note: All of my patterns that … Continue reading